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Course Description

Artists of all levels are invited to join this session of constructive feedback and supportive critique led by special guest artist David Lazarus. Time will be equally divided among all participants, so please come on time and stay for the full 2 hours. You are welcome to present up to 4 artworks, and guide the discussion in a way that is helpful to you. For example, you might need technical help or ask the group for emotional responses to your work. You may bring in work that is either finished or in progress. You may attend and not present, too. This critique session is designed to ponder possibilities and to inspire creativity, using “could’s” and not “should’s.” We will not discuss art in terms of “saleability” or any marketing strategies. The professional development focuses on ark making, creative process, and art practices. Elizabeth Congdon will be on hand to facilitate this critique.

Cancellation Policy

Thank you for signing up for a class. Once your class is paid for, we cannot offer a refund or credit, unless we cancel class due to low registration. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us BEFORE completing your payment.

Materials

Bring 4 artworks for presentation, either in progress or finished.

Tuesday Morning Crit with Guest Artist

David Lazarus

David Lazarus was born in London, England in 1952. He studied at the Bath Academy of Art in England. in the 1970’s, he visited to Nantucket to do scrimshaw, having spent time working with the scrimshanders in Bellingham, Washington. He first scrimmed for the Four Winds Craft Guild superceding the famous Robert Spring. Lazarus is known for woodcuts, etchings, watercolors and most recently he has delved in oils both impressionistic and purely abstract. In the past he exhibited at the (X) Gallery, the South Wharf Gallery, and the Old Spouter Gallery. He continues to be represented by Four Winds Craft Guild and AAN.
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